Tales From the Darkside
“The higher you build the bonfire, the more darkness you will reveal.” - Terence McKenna
Daily Grail's new anthology, Darklore, explores hidden histories, the paranormal and esoteric, and the strange and revelatory. Darklore brings together some of the top researchers and writers on topics from outside of mainstream science and history
In the first volume Daniel Pinchbeck writes about the McKenna brothers and the 'psychedelic apocalypse', Mike Jay looks into the link between ancient Peruvian culture and the use of psychedelics in his article "Enter the Jaguar: Psychedelics in Ancient Peru," Michael Grosso investigates strange things happening at the time of death and Greg Taylor presents some original research on the 'sounds of altered states of consciousness' with "Her Sweet Murmur: Exploring the Aural Phenomenology of Border Experiences".
Eighteen extensively researched articles populate Darklore Volume I, three of which are available as free PDF downloads on Daily Grail. The journal should keep you well assisted as you navigate the darkness of the hinterlands, borderlines and worlds beyond.Tweet